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1. Hold down the option key while clicking on the link

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The following instructions are for PC-users who use either Internet Explorer or Firefox to view Web pages. While different versions of these browsers may use slightly different terminology, the steps are the same. If you find these instructions do not apply to your browser, consult the Help files of your browser for exact instructions.

  1. Open the page that contains your file, and right-click on the link for the file you want to download. For example, if you want to download the MP3 of the Twinkling Little Star (I'll Go In Faith), right-click on the icon to the left of it.

  2. A pop-up box will appear that looks like the following illustration. If you are an Internet Explorer user, select "Save Target As;" Netscape users, select "Save Link As."

    Save Target As

  3. A pop-up menu will appear that looks like the following illustration.
    Step 1: Use the pull-down menu to save the file to your desktop (the screen you see when you first start your computer, or when all your other programs are closed). Most users will see the option to save it to "My Download Files." Scroll up the list to the top, where you will see "Desktop."
    Step 2: Name the file something you can remember.
    Step 3: Click "Save."

    Save to Desktop

  4. Your computer will now begin saving the file. Depending on the speed of your modem, your connection, and your computer, this will take some time. Once the download is complete, a copy of the file will appear on your desktop. You can double-click on the file on your desktop at any time to open it.

We appreciate when people report errors and other things. email them to music@joansowards.com

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